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Cambrian EMS grads achieve 100 per cent pass rate – AGAIN!

Cambrian EMS grads achieve 100 per cent pass rate – AGAIN!

Cambrian College is calling it “a remarkable winning streak by any measure.” For the 15th year in a row, the graduating class of Cambrian’s Paramedic Program received a 100 per… Read more »

Working to re-open the service hub in Kenora

Working to re-open the service hub in Kenora

Northwestern Health Unit is committed to working with partners towards re-opening the Service Hub Shelter in Kenora Despite good intentions, the temporary closure of the service hub shelter in Kenora… Read more »

Heat Warnings issued for Friday July 19

Heat Warnings issued for Friday July 19

Special heat warnings have been issued by Public Health Sudbury and Districts Greater Sudbury and vicinity Markstay-Warren, St. Charles West-Nipissing, French River With hot, humid weather in the forecast for… Read more »

New chief of ambulance EMS services in Sault District

New chief of ambulance EMS services in Sault District

The District of Sault Ste. Marie Social Services Administration Board (DSSMSSAB) has appointed Robert Rushworth as its first Chief of Land Ambulance Emergency Medical Services (EMS). In May of this… Read more »

Health Canada regulations will require hospitals to report serious adverse reactions to drugs and devices

Health Canada regulations will require hospitals to report serious adverse reactions to drugs and devices

Health Canada regulations are being changed to require hospitals to report on serious adverse reactions from drugs and medical devices. Drugs and medical devices are an important part of Canada’s… Read more »

Nipissing nursing grad liked smaller class sizes

Nipissing nursing grad liked smaller class sizes

By LEN GILLIS Megan McNalty is another Nipissing University student who is pleased with her choice to study nursing in the North. “To say it simply, the B.Sc.N. program at… Read more »

Hometown nursing school was important for Timmins grad

Hometown nursing school was important for Timmins grad

  By LEN GILLIS A Timmins woman has pursued her dream to become a Registered Nurse partly because she was able to take the four-year B.Sc.N. Program without having to… Read more »

Ibn Sina Simulation Lab in Thunder Bay Provides Unique “Human Side” Learning Opportunities

Ibn Sina Simulation Lab in Thunder Bay Provides Unique “Human Side” Learning Opportunities

From left to right, Dr. Hassan Hassan, Dr. Walid Shahrour, Dr. Syed Zaki Ahmed, Dr. Yasser Labib and Dr. Stewart Kennedy. The Ibn Sina Simulation Lab provides inter-professional training for… Read more »

Kate Smith is passionate about nursing

Kate Smith is passionate about nursing

By LEN GILLIS Being able to immerse yourself into clinical learning in the first year was something that nursing grad Kate Smith found important. She said it was a valid… Read more »

New Maternal-infant Support Worker Program Provides Extra Support for Pregnant Women in First Nations

New Maternal-infant Support Worker Program Provides Extra Support for Pregnant Women in First Nations

By GRAHAM STRONG When the first cohort of the Maternal-infant Support Worker (MiSW) program graduated this past April, it was a culmination of research, educational partnerships, and grassroots health programming… Read more »

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